How to Tie the Adjustable Jug Sling Knot
I have actually found two ways of tying the adjustable jug sling knot. The first way, which is more symmetrical and pleasing to the eye, is unfortunately just a little bit more difficult to tie that the second version. With the second version, if you know how to tie the Bowline, then there is just another step involved to create the adjustable jug sling knot. You may also want to consider using the Prusik Bottle Sling, which will be mentioned again further down.
What is the Adjustable Jug Sling Used For?
If you a looking for a knot that is specifically designed for gripping the neck of a bottle, so that it can be suspended, then this is a knot that you may want to look at. Once the jug sling knot has been created, the opening of the knot is slip over the top of the bottle and the two ends on each side of the knot are pulled tight. Then the bottle could for example be hung from your belt. The knot can easily be made loose again, then used to clamp around another bottle.
How to Tie the Adjustable Sling Knot Video
How to Tie the Adjustable Jug Sling Knot using the Bowline Method
If you are looking for an even quicker way of tying the Adjustable Jug Sling Knot using the Bowline Knot click on the link to watch that video.
Alternative Jug Sling Knot using a Prusik Bottle Sling
Another knot to consider as a jug sling style knot is this the Prusik Bottle Sling Just follow the link to view the post about this one.
Like with any knot that you choose for your arsenal of knots, it is your choice. Don’t allow yourself to be influenced by other people opinion about certain knots, unless of course they can demonstrate a really good reason for not using a certain knot. If a particular knot suits your needs, then use it. I would say though, just don’t blindly go ahead an use it, do a bit of research on each knot you want to use, so that you have a good idea of a knots limitations!